There’s always a creepy reminder of the nature of life and death when you are rummaging around a cannibal hut of horrors. Join us for minute 35 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we carve up the details in the cannibal hut, explore the exciting and romantic history of Blue Willow fine China and their presence in poems, television shows, movies and the theater, breakdown the multifaceted aspects of antique silver tea pots, explore the symbolism of skulls over doorways including a reference in the Wizard of Oz, the meaning of Memento Mori, discuss our favorite lines over the last two weeks in our recurring segment, Really Bad Eggs, and examine the sprightly spirit of Hans Zimmer’s “Jack’s First Escape” that appears in this minute and captures the essence of Captain Jack Sparrow.
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